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Has anyone ever thought they might be connected since they all seem to be in proximity to Azyzla and have similar looking wings? Aside from the fact Moogles have a useless (yet decent nightlight) fluffy pompom that no other creature could normally develop.

Are Moogles and Gaelikitten both connected to Azysla?

Has anyone ever thought they might be connected since they all seem to be in proximity to Azyzla and have similar looking wings? Aside from the fact Moogles have a useless (yet decent nightlight) fluffy pompom that no other creature could normally develop.

 

This is my theory on these critters.

 

Given the appearance of bioengineering in Azysla. My running theory is they made Gaelikittens as an engineered prototype domestic pet that always stayed cute as a kitten. But wound up being to feral and independent than normal cats. Eventually they wound up making a version as Moogles, non threatening domestic doll-like pets that were smart enough to do chores around the house. Among others were the Ixali and other mass produced security constructs for market use.

 

A security failure (possibly relating to that broken container by the dragon area) allowed a bunch of things to escape or be blown away (Ixali) by gail force winds. The escaping experiments only reinforced the Vanu's notion of it being a forbidden place. One of which dropped a security key to the place.

 

The few escaped Gaelikittens continued to live around Cloudtop while the newly freed Moogles had to group up and migrate out of fear for the surroundings and ended up in The Churning Mists. There a Moogle self named Moggle Mog (for formality) negotiated an agreement with a local dragoon if he promised not to eat them. There they discovered kupo nuts and did most of the house work. Time goes by and fighting broke out, breaking up the land and forcing a bunch of Moogle to seek out other places to live down below. Those waiting behind had no choice but to Moogle-up or become food.

 

Meanwhile Gaelikittens continued to live and get more wild on the other floating islands. Those left on Azysla became a source of food for the other things there and were wiped out along with anything else domestic to sterilize and re secure the facility.

 

Would any of this be plausible or am I just reading way to much into the existing lore?

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